Modern Anatomical Sciences Graduate Program


Coursework and curriculum will be delivered on NEOMED’s Rootstown-based campus under the guidance of experienced experts. Students will be exposed to interprofessional education opportunities and clinical experiences within a health professions university.

Master of Science (M.S.) in Modern Anatomical Sciences

This two-year program prepares educational innovators in biomedical sciences, building on nearly 100 hours of clinical imaging training. Upon completing the foundational medical coursework in the first year, mentored teaching practicums prepare you as a future anatomical instructor. A final thesis lets students demonstrate their scholarly contribution to biomedical imaging.

Master of Modern Anatomical Sciences

This one-year program provides graduate coursework in biomedical sciences and 40 hours of clinical and research-based imaging training in general radiology, ultrasonography, computer tomography, magnetic resonance, and nuclear medicine imaging. The curriculum and clinical experiences are complementary and will build upon each other over the course of the year. The program culminates with a capstone project.

Course Descriptions

Course descriptions for the Modern Anatomical Sciences program can be found in the current edition of the NEOMED Compass, the University Catalog and Student Handbook.

Clinical Partners

Clinical partners provide students professionally precepted clinical experiences. Our clinical partners include:


  • Akron General Medical Center
  • Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron
  • Summa Health System


  • Aultman Hospital


  • University Hospital Portage Medical Center


  • Salem Regional Medical Center


  • Mercy Medical Center


College of Graduate Studies
Phone: 330.325.6499

Modern Anatomical Sciences

College of Graduate Studies